- A lady by name Albie has advised Nana Ama McBrown to take care of her baby’s health
- The actress had shared a video of the baby with thick thighs adorned with beads
- But Albie says the beads could cut blood circulation in the baby and so the mother should not keep it for long on her
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A social media user by name Albie has cautioned actress Nana Ama McBrown over her baby’s adornment.
The actress had shared a video of Baby Maxin displaying her thick thighs adorned with beautiful beads around her calf area.
But Albie thinks that could be dangerous is the beads are left in that manner for a long time.
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According to her, it could cut blood circulation in baby Maxin.
She further advised that the beads be removed when she is sleeping.
albie_sench: “Lovely baby. The beads are nice but can cut blood circulation so don’t leave on for long especially when sleeping.”
Another lady, Regi, also raised the same concern:
regimerit100: “Nana, pls the beads on baby Maxin's leg is too tight. Can u pls change it for her?”
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Aside from that health concern, many people have praised McBrown’s baby.
Lixy, for instance, said she can’t wait to see the baby:
_goddess_lixy: “Can't wait to see baby Maxin.”
Serwaa also pronounced God’s blessings on Baby Maxin.
serwaamaameamoah.esa: “God bless you my love#baby maxin.”
Jek called her “lovely princess”:
dealerjerk: “Lovely princess.”
Bebeto also wished the baby well:
gyamfibebeto: “Best wishes cute baby.”
There are other comments showing how Ghanaians feel about McBrown’s baby.
YEN.com.gh earlier published a beautiful video of the actress playing with her baby.
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